No one is surprised that the Los Angeles Clippers who shot security guard Patrick Beverly shot a little boy trying to protect New Orleans rookie Zion Williamson in high school.
Usually all NBA users on Twitter said the man reminded them of Beverly because he had a lot of heart and courage:
Less. Love the little man https://t.co/XwpWRUB61T
– Patrick Beverly (@patbev21) 20. March 2020.
Patrick Beverly is essentially the heart and soul of the Clippers. A Chicago resident plays with a button on his shoulder and carries his emotions on his sleeve every time he takes the field outside Los Angeles.
Before the NBA game was suspended because of the coronavirus, Beverly and the Clippers were second in the Western Conference standings, just behind the Los Angeles Lakers, the team they play 2-1 against.
Beverly appeared in 2019-20 in 48 games for clips. On average he scored 7.9 points, 5.4 rebounds and 3.7 assists with 42.8 percent of the field, 37.9 percent behind the bow and 65.9 percent with a penalty.
Fans often watch Beverly’s game against Laker’s superstar LeBron James or Kevin Durant. In the play-offs of 2019 there were many encounters between Beverly and Durant when the Clippers and the Golden Warriors of the State were played in the first round.
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